A GROUP which has provided help and support to thousands of families in Worcestershire is celebrating a birthday milestone this week.
Parents’ Voice, a forum for parents and carers to share information, turned 15 on November 17.
To celebrate, the non-profit group is giving away free e-vouchers worth £15 each to its ‘supporters’, even if they have just joined.
Supporters are classed as anyone who has signed up the group by email, followed Parent’s Voice on Twitter or liked its Facebook page.
All supporters will be entered into a draw on November 30, when three names will be picked at random.
If you are a supporter through email, Facebook and Twitter you will have three chances of winning – but you can only win once.
Catherine Driscoll, chief executive of Worcestershire Children First, said: “Parents’ Voice has always encouraged families to have their say and we value their support in getting the views and opinions of Worcestershire families.
“I am delighted to see it make this special landmark.”
Sue, Chair of Parents’ Voice, said: “Parents’ Voice was set up in 2005, starting with just a small group of parents.
“Over the past 15 years the group has changed and grown, now reaching thousands of Worcestershire parents.
“We pass on useful information and urge everyone to have their say about services and issues affecting their families.”